Theis perfect. It sets up the stakes of the film while revealing very little. It strikes a dark but somewhat hopeful tone that perfectly capitalizes on the ending of .
However, what I didn't realize until maybe my fifth viewing was that at the beginning, the less than one-second flashes of images are actually quick shots of nearly all the heroes that died in the last movie.
It's brilliant, especially in how it highlights the red in each image. As if each character's blood is less on Thanos' hands and more on the Avengers' hands. At least that's how I'm sure Cap will see it, a theory his dialogue in this trailer lends credence to. Maybe it's just my wild interpretation though.
Anyway, here are the images that appear in order —which is actually the reverse order in which they died on screen — before we get to the Marvel Studios logo. Spoilers for Ant-man and the Wasp and ahead.
When last we saw the Wasp during the first, she and her parents (Hank Pym and Janet Van Dyne) had all just been dusted by the Thanos snappening.
Nick Fury met his fate during the.
With every movie, Doctor Strange only gets cooler. He.
Falcon was one of the most underserved characters in Infinity War. Let's hope.
Looks likeas well.
The, minus Mantis (who's dead), plus Rocket (who's alive).
, but will it be T'Challa under the mask? Probably.
If we don't get enough Winter Soldier in Endgame,.
Vision is probably mostly on some Wakadan high-tech hard drive, so it won't be too much of a shock.
: We're pretty sure these are coming, but they've yet to be officially announced.
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